VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 2
Dave Mance III
Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
Susan C. Morse
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging
from springtime skunks to the
return of the loons.
“Through this lens sugaring
is not as much about raw
production, or romance,
as it is about a partnership
between human and tree.”
From: Dispatch from the
WHAT IN THE WOODS IS THAT?
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guess what it is, you’ll be
eligible to win a prize. This
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Photo by Nathanael Asaro
Photographer Nathanael Asaro captured this
image near the top of the Burrows Trail on
Camel’s Hump in Vermont. He was hiking a
loop that day looking for wildlife, but found
this scene instead. “It was a misty summer
morning on the upper half of the mountain.
The sun was just starting to burn though some
of the clouds,” said Asaro. “I looked up the trail
and the fog was diffusing the light from the sun.
The combination of the light, fog, and the alpine
habitat compelled me to take the photo.”